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A prolific pickpocket who stole from tube passengers has been jailed and banned from the London Underground following a British Transport Police investigation.
A new mobile market stall with a chicken totem was unveiled in Waterloo on Tuesday as part of the area's St George's Day celebrations.
Architect Rick Mather, whose masterplan for the redevelopment of the arts complex on the South Bank was published in 2000, has died at the age of 75.
The candlelit Sam Wanamaker Playhouse at Shakespeare's Globe will open on 9 January 2014 with a production of The Duchess of Malfi, the theatre has announced.
Service men and women from Southwark who are killed in conflict should have local streets named after them, a Chaucer ward councillor has said.
Plans to insert glass panels into the upper walkways of Tower Bridge to enable visitors to watch bridge lifts in progress are expected to be endorsed by a City of London Corporation committee next week.
On Sunday Shakespeare's Globe hosted a free family fun day to celebrate the Bard's birthday. The theatre has also this week opened its new-look foyer.
A new supplementary planning document for Waterloo has been approved by Lambeth's cabinet as the council prepares for "huge" new developments in the area.
Tote bags designed and marketed by local children proved a sell-out sensation at the Elephant & Castle Market on Saturday.
Baroness Thatcher's funeral cortege travelled through SE1 on Wednesday lunchtime as the hearse carrying her coffin made its way from St Paul's Cathedral to Mortlake Crematorium.
Last summer Lewisham College took over Southwark College, including its Waterloo campus. Now the combined institution has a new name: LeSoCo.
Southwark Council has complained to the Government about a bureaucratic logjam which means that the View from the Shard visitor attraction has yet to pay any business rates.
The Union Theatre and a costume studio are just some of the small business facing eviction from their premises in railway arches north and south of Union Street.
An ornate Asian tray is among items stolen from the burnt-out ruins of the Cuming Museum in Walworth Road.
Southwark Council has raised the Millwall FC flag above its Tooley Street headquarters as the club prepares to take on Wigan in the FA Cup semi-final at Wembley.